10 Interesting Posts You May Have Missed in September 2020

Post Round-Up

Around the Blogosphere

  1. The Orangutan Librarian asks: How On Trend Am I? Looking at Whether My Taste Follows the Crowd When it Comes to YA.
  2. Paige suggests Books with Deaf Characters.
  3. Paige also shares middle grade books to read this fall.
  4. Sara shares how reading Dickens changed her life.
  5. Davida shares series she never finished.
  6. Xandra talks about spoilers.
  7. Katie explains how Love in the Time of Cholera changed her life.
  8. Cam discusses reviewing self-published books and where to find your next read.
  9. Aayushi shares 13 best fall books.
  10. Margaret lists 10 tropes she’ll never tire of.
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11 thoughts on “10 Interesting Posts You May Have Missed in September 2020

  1. Never Not Reading says:

    Thank you for the shout-out! Relevant note, people have started linking to my Classics Remarks posts in their round-ups, saying I’m “starting a discussion about ___________”, and I’m like … but I didn’t start the discussion?

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  2. Jackie B @ Death by Tsundoku says:

    I’m so glad that you have these roundups. It’s nice to get exposure to posts from other bloggers, but it also helps me see what wonderful posts I need to follow up on from your blog!

    I do think it’s interested how few round-up posts include book reviews. You have a few here, thank goodness, but it goes to show that book bloggers are got getting traction from reviews as much any longer.

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  3. libgirlbooks says:

    Posts like this are very helpful. As a new blogger on the scene I love to see how members of this community are so supportive of each other. And posts like this really do help me see what I might be missing.

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